SLEEMAN Breweries of Canada has announced that it has signed a five-year deal with South African Breweries, which allows for Sleeman to sell, market and distribute SAB's Pilsner Urquell brand in Canada.

The agreement could help pave the way for Sleeman breaking into the US market, as the Canadians have been allowed to sit in on talks SAB are currently having with potential US partners.

John Sleeman, chairman of Sleeman Breweries commented on the deal: "We're really excited about the deal because it means continued growth for the ...

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